Immersion/extended French program review
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Immersion/extended French program review by Judith Fine

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Published by Peel Board of Education, Research and Assessment Dept. in [Mississauga, Ont.] .
Written in English


  • Academic achievement -- Ontario -- Peel (Regional municipality),
  • Educational surveys -- Ontario -- Peel (Regional municipality),
  • French language -- Study and teaching -- Ontario -- Peel (Regional municipality) -- English speakers -- Evaluation,
  • French language -- Study and teaching -- Ontario -- Peel (Regional municipality) -- Immersion method -- Evaluation

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Edition Notes

Other titlesImmersion and extended French program review., La revue des programmes intensifs et d"immersion en français.
StatementJudith Fine.
SeriesResearch report -- no. 91-10, Research report (Peel (Ont. : Regional municipality). Board of Education. Research and Assessment Dept.) : -- no. 91-10.
ContributionsPeel (Ont. : Regional municipality). Board of Education. Research and Assessment Dept
The Physical Object
Paginationi, 205, [28] p. :
Number of Pages205
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18956946M

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French Immersion and Extended French. If your child will be starting grade 1 or grade 7 in September , one of the choices you will make is whether you want to consider grade 1 French Immersion (FI) or grade 7 Extended French. The French Immersion Review Committee was formed on Octo and the Sustainability of the French immersion/extended French program was identified as the overall goal for this committee. The focus for all of the presentations was to examine French library books, videos, learning websites;.   For many parents, French immersion is a way to game the system. It filters out the kids with behavioural problems and special needs, along with the low achievers. In . In any given grade,students may count credits earned in only one type of program – Core, Extended,or Immersion French – towards their secondary school diploma. Two types of courses are offered in the Core French program in Grades 9 and academic and applied. (See The Ontario Curriculum,Grades 9 and Program Planning and Assessment.

I chose the French program because a.) I think the language is beautiful b.) Everyone lived with students in the French school to keep the immersion progress going. Later I select a book I have already read in French or English, and I reread it in the language I'm trying to learn. As the last step, I start reading a book I've never read. courses of Core French in high school. Extended French is a form of French Immersion. The aim of the Extended French program is to develop students’ French language knowledge and skills and to provide them with an understanding and appreciation of francophone culture.   She and her husband decided to take him out of immersion for grade five and instead put him in the school’s extended French program, which will give him more French instruction than he’d have in the core program without the struggle of taking all of his subjects in French. “His main interest is math and science. The Extended French Program begins in Grade 5 and continues up to Grade The program provides students with the means to develop more advances French skills, enabling them to communicate effectively in speech and in writing, as they receive 1, .

  Petra Lingua is a program to help teach kids a second language. They currently offer programs in six languages: French, English, Spanish, German, Russian, Chinese, presented in the form of videos, online multiple choice questions, downloadable activity books . Extended French programs are designed for students who do not speak French at home. The Junior Extended French program begins at the grade 4 level. Students in this program spend 50% of their day in French instruction from grade at the Extended French school. The subjects taught in French are French Language Arts, Social Studies and The Arts. Extended French program The senior high Extended French program is offered to students entering Grade 10 who have completed the Early or Late French Immersion program in Grade 9. This program enables students to maintain and develop the French language skills they have already acquired. Students enrolled in the Extended French program at Bishop. The meeting was set by the board after a recommendation from staff in January to reduce the French programming at St. Mary’s from French immersion to extended French – the difference of three credits, from 10 in French immersion to 7 in extended French, beginning in